Source code for i3pystatus.anybar

import threading
import socket

from i3pystatus import IntervalModule


[docs]class AnyBar(IntervalModule): """ This module shows dot with given color in your panel. What color means is up to you. When to change color is also up to you. It's a port of https://github.com/tonsky/AnyBar to i3pystatus. Color can be changed by sending text to UDP port. Check the original repo how to do it. """ colors = { "black": "#444444", # 4C4C4C "black_alt": "#FFFFFF", "blue": "#4A90E2", "cyan": "#27F2CB", "exclamation": "#DE504C", # vary "green": "#80EB0C", "orange": "#FF9F00", "purple": "#9013FE", "question": "#4C4C4C", # vary "question_alt": "#FFFFFF", "red": "#CF0700", "white": "#4C4C4C", # border "white_alt": "#FFFFFF", "yellow": "#FFEC00", } color = '#444444' port = 1738 interval = 1 settings = ( ("port", "UDP port to listen"), ("color", "initial color"), )
[docs] def main_loop(self): """ Mainloop blocks so we thread it.""" sock = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_DGRAM) port = int(getattr(self, 'port', 1738)) sock.bind(('127.0.0.1', port)) while True: data, addr = sock.recvfrom(512) color = data.decode().strip() self.color = self.colors.get(color, color)
def init(self): try: t = threading.Thread(target=self.main_loop) t.daemon = True t.start() except Exception as e: self.output = { "full_text": "Error creating new thread!", "color": "#AE2525" } def run(self): self.output = { "full_text": "‚óŹ", "color": self.color }